Alexandria Commission on Persons with Disabilities

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The ACPD meets at 7:00 p.m. on the second Wednesday of every month in the Chet and Sabra Avery Room 2000 at City Hall.  The public is encouraged to attend.  For more information or reasonable accommodations, contact Miladis Martinez Gutierrez at 703.746.3140, Virginia Relay 711 or acpd@alexandriava.gov.

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About the Alexandria Commission on Persons with Disabilities

The Alexandria Commission on Persons with Disabilities (ACPD) is a 17 member volunteer resident at large body appointed by the Mayor and City Council to provide advice to the Mayor, City Council, and City Manager on policies, programs, and legislation affecting Alexandria's residents with physical and sensory disabilities.

Its mission is "to promote the rights of persons with disabilities by advocating for equality, dignity and independence through advising the community and advancing public awareness."

Through its Executive, standing, and ad hoc committees, the ACPD focuses its work on issues related to transportation, accessibility, housing, employment, and public awareness.  The ACPD presents awards including the Gerry Bertier Scholarship and the John Duty Collins III Outstanding Advocate for Persons with Disabilities Award.

The ACPD meets at 7:00 p.m. on the second Wednesday of every month in the Chet and Sabra Avery Room 2000 at City Hall.  The public is encouraged to attend.  For more information or reasonable accommodations, Miladis Martinez Gutierrez at 703.746.3140, Virginia Relay 711 or acpd@alexandriava.gov.

For further information about the responsibilities of this board or commission, or to apply to serve on this board or commission, contact the City Clerk's Office at 703.746.4550.

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We welcome donations to support our scholarships and other programs.

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